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An Organic Greek Vineyard – Mykonos Vioma

If you are travelling to Mykonos over the summer and looking for an authentic Greek experience, then an afternoon at organic Greek  vineyard Mykonos Vioma is an absolute must. Mykonos Vioma is a small organic wine farm in the middle of Mykonos which...

Weingut Riffel | Rheinhessen Germany

Weingut Riffel is located in Bingen, an ancient town on the river Nahe which empties into the Rhine Gorge. It is in the northwest corner of the Rheinhessen wine region. Erik & Carolin Riffel have been running the winery together since 2005....

Weingut Feth – Rheinhessen Germany

The Feth family have been involved in the wine industry since 1788. Their vineyards are located in the Southern Rheinhessen wine region known as the Wonnegau. The village Florsheim-Dalsheim is 60 miles southwest of Frankfurt and is home to Florien Feth [winemaker]...

4 Ways To Save Money On Wine

There is a saying that goes a glass of wine a day keeps the doctor away! I don't know how much truth there is in that but if you are going to have one vice in life then a glass of fine...

What is Cremant? 5 Facts For First-Time Wine Drinkers

  What is Cremant? Cremant is sparkling wine made outside of the Champagne region in France. Compared to Champagne, it is a fraction of the price and just as good quality. It's the next best thing for savy drinkers who want quality...

Virtual Wine Tastings – 5 Tips For A Successful Event

As the lockdown situation continues around the globe, many social activities are witnessing a sudden closure. Among these is the indulgent luxury of wine tasting. Be it an informal event where you get together with your friends or an evening fest organised...

What are Sulphites?

Preservatives are widely used in winemaking for their antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Sulphites, commonly known as Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), is the compound used to prevent oxidization and maintain a wine's freshness. Sulphites are naturally occurring compounds found in the majority of wines which inhibit...

Is German Riesling Dry or Sweet? Uncover The Facts

The answer is BOTH! The remarkable thing about German Riesling is that it can produce the entire spectrum of styles, from bone dry to sticky sweet desert wines and everything in between. Due to the wide variety of Riesling styles, it causes...

Wine In A Can | Is It Any Good?

Wine snobs look away now because vin-in-a-tin, wine in a can, is going to be the new spring/summer accessory for 2020. Already huge in the US, cans have been seeping their way into the UK market since 2016, but this year the trend...

How To Store Wine Properly | A Wine Collectors Guide

Wine storage is often something that is overlooked when it comes to keeping wine in the home. If you are planning on storing your wine for a year or more then there are specific conditions that the wine needs in order to...

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